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Neve Campbell Is The ULTIMATE Final Girl! Hear Her CRAZY Bear Attack Story!

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Neve Campbell proved once and for all that she’s the ultimate Scream queen. While promoting the new Scream movie on The Kelly Clarkson Show, the actress revealed an anecdote about an encounter with a bear on the set of a film when she was 17, and it sounds like a literal, real-life horror movie!

She explained: Feeding a bear Coca-Cola?! WTF??? Things are already going off the rails! Related: Mother Who Lost Both Arms Protecting Baby From Family’s Pit Bull Has Died After feeding the bear, she recalled: Sounds terrifying already, but it only gets worse!

The 48-year-old continued: How terrifying!!! The Craft star reminisced: The film’s bear wrangler was eventually able to rescue her by “throwing rocks” at the bear until it got “pissed off” enough to let her go.

Unbelievably, the young performer then offered to do ANOTHER TAKE, something Neve admitted she would never do now that she’s older and wiser.

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